Measuring CPU performance with SAR command: We will continue our journey with our SAR command. We already covered on SAR command in our first post on how to install it. In this post we will see how to use SAR command to monitor...Read More
SAR command introduction in Linux SAR often used as an acronym for system activity reporter, is a versatile performance monitoring tool that forms an integral part of any system administrators’ toolkit. In Linux, the sar utility...Read More
As a Linux user, we use ssh command to log in to remote machines. The more you use ssh command, the more time you are wasting in typing some significant commands. We can use either alias defined in your .bashrc file or functions...Read More
This is our third post on “30 mindmap series” from “The Linux Juggernaut”. In this post, we are sharing GIT tool for understanding it from different angles. We tried to include couple of things Git...Read More
The substring is a part of string/variable. We can create substrings from a ruby string variable. We already dealt with substrings in Shell scripting in our early post. This substring can be one character length or multiple...Read More
AWS Global Reach Now the question comes to our minds are where are the data centers of AWS which are shared with us? How we use them? From where does AWS operates? Where is our data going? Let’s answer all these questions one by...Read More
We already explained other important system folders like /bin, /boot, /dev, /etc etc folders in our previous posts. Please check below links for more information about other stuff which you are interested. In this post, we will...Read More
The tar (Tape ARchive) tool is the most used archiving tool in Linux world. We already covered some of the compressing tools like zip/unzip, gzip/gunzip, and bzip examples which most of the time accompany this tar command. In...Read More
Different compression commands use a different type of compression algorithms. Similarly, bzip2 uses Burrows-Wheeler block sorting text compression algorithm along with Huffman coding. We already covered below similar commands...Read More
Rsync(Remote Sync) is one of the most efficient and secure data copying tool in Linux and Unix world. Rather than just copying, it can be called as synchronization tool. Whenever rsync is used to copy the files, it does it like...Read More
This is a small post on how to start an exited docker container. If you are in IT space for a couple of years, you will know how Docker disrupted IT. Docker just changed many things and simplified many people’s work. In...Read More
The Linux OS can do many things for you at no cost. Only thing is you should know what tool(an open source tool?) you should use. Creating gif files from a video file is not an exception for this. When I tried to explain about...Read More
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My name is Surendra Kumar Anne. I hail from Vijayawada which is cultural capital of south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. I am a Linux evangelist who believes in Hard work, A down to earth person, Likes to share knowledge with others, Loves dogs, Likes photography. At present I work at Bank of America as Sr. Analyst Systems and Administration. You can contact me at surendra (@) linuxnix dot com.